Woodstock negotiations continue

Negotiations continue on Lower Gulf property Woodstock

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ON THE MARKET: Negotiations are continuing on the 154,300 hectare Lower Gulf property Woodstock Station.

ON THE MARKET: Negotiations are continuing on the 154,300 hectare Lower Gulf property Woodstock Station.

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Negotiations are continuing on the 154,300 hectare Lower Gulf property Woodstock Station.

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DISCUSSIONS are continuing on Des and Bev Sipos’ 154,300 hectare (381,121 acres) Lower Gulf aggregation Woodstock Station which was scheduled to be auctioned in Townsville on May 12.

Located 210km north of Richmond, the property – which includes Glenora Station – was marketed as as a fully operational cattle breeding property on a walk-in, walk-out basis.

Woodstock is being offered with more than 7500 cattle.

Woodstock is being offered with more than 7500 cattle.

There will be about 5870 females included in the sale with bulls, weaners and calves taking the herd to well over 7500 head of branded cattle. Charolais and Charbray bulls have been used in the mostly Brahman herd to breed the earlier maturing type of animal.

Woodstock is fenced into 12 main paddocks with extensive laneways and there are three sets of cattle yards. There are also 73 bores, dams and three seasonal river systems.  

Charolais and Charbray bulls have been used in the mostly Brahman herd.

Charolais and Charbray bulls have been used in the mostly Brahman herd.

Improvements include a homestead, cottage, accommodation facilities, workshop, machinery shed, hay and storage sheds and an aircraft hangar.

Contact Peter McPherson, 0447 941 110, Troy Trevor, 0408 502 576, Ruralco Property Queensland Rural, or Lorin Bishop, 0419 799 081, or Andrew Adcock, 0407 674 972, Elders.

Water is a feature of Woodstock Station.

Water is a feature of Woodstock Station.

The story Woodstock negotiations continue first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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